HALO Easy & Cool Paper Airplane

Halo Is A Super Easy & Cool Paper Airplane


The HALO is an easy and cool paper airplane to fold that looks amazing, the halo in the front of this paper plane is guaranteed to turn heads! It also flies well. At the beginning of the video, I tossed it lightly in the air and it traveled about 8 meters, or approximately 25 feet, before hitting the shelves where the boys were watching their favorite Youtube videos. I’m sure it will fly much, much farther!

*The HALO does require a piece of tape to hold the halo together, so get some tape before you start folding. What if you don’t have tape? You’re in luck because this paper aeroplane looks just as amazing and flies just as well even if you don’t fold the halo. The halo ends up becoming two small winglets in the front paper airplane which is just as impressive.

Difficulty Level: Easy.

Time: 2-3 minutes.

TIP: If you have not watch my video on how to make a perfect paper airplane fold, click on the link and watch it now. Make sure you use this technique every time you fold a paper airplane.

Step 1: Fold a piece of paper in half lengthwise, then unfold.
Step 2: Bring the corners up and align the bottom edges with the center line. This creates a diagonal crease.
Step 3: Unfold step 2 and turn the paper over.
Step 4: Align the diagonal crease made in step 2 with the center line. The two triangular flaps make a nice square shape.
Step 5: Fold the nose up so the square shape created in step 4 is folded exactly in half.
Step 6: Fold the paper airplane in half lengthwise again. Make sure the wings of the paper plane are perfectly aligned.
Step 7: Fold the wings. The edge of the wings aligns with the bottom edge of the fuselage. You can actually fly this paper airplane already, the additional front wings actually make it a very cool paper airplane already. It also flies well!
Step 8: Look for the opening in the smaller front wings (see image). This is where you will insert the other front wing to create the halo.
Step 9: Use a small piece of tape to hold the halo together. Congrats, you’re done! Instead of a circular halo, let your imagination run wild. Fold the halo in a zig-zag pattern. Don’t you love how this paper plane glides?